Learn with Dr. Caroline
There are many opportunities to learn from Dr. Buzanko, whether you are a mental health professional, teacher, or parent. Explore more:
Join Dr. Buzanko in these Upcoming Events:
Check out Dr. Caroline Buzanko's Two Podcasts:
Parents of the Year Podcast
We were never given a manual on how to parent. It is easy to get overwhelmed to know the right thing to do.
Parenting is a rewarding but messy, confusing, infuriating, guilt-inducing, and overwhelming journey. While it’s easy to get lost, Andrew Stewart, a real dad, and Dr. Caroline Buzanko, a real mom, child psychologist, and parenting expert (who also happens to be married to Andrew) will help you get back on track.
In each episode, Andrew and Caroline have open and honest chats about everything parenting. Join them in honesty, laughter, and tears. Our goal is to make your parenting journey less stressful, more forgiving, and more awesome.
Subscribe to your favourite podcast channel and join us every Wednesday for new episodes of Parenting of the Year.
Overpowering Emotions Podcast
This podcast is for all mental health professionals, educators, parents, and anyone who wants to help children and teens become masters over anxiety and other big feels while strengthening their courage and resilience.
Interested in the kinds of events Dr. Caroline has participated in? Click the tabs below to see a few of the things she has been up to this past year:
Growing a Happy and Healthy Family When Your Child Has ADHD
Dr. Caroline and 19 other expert professionals covered a range of issues, challenges, and strategies for parents and families.
Dr. Buzanko talked specifically about: Demystifying ADHD & How to Solve Frequent Conflicts.
A Nationwide Conversation on Mental Health on Bell Let’s Talk Day Virtual Event
Date: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Offered on an ongoing basis. Professional development training hosted by Jack Hirose & Associates
Free public webinar hosted by Alberta Health Services Community Education Services.
This workshop helps promote professionals, parents, and teachers’ understanding of anxiety, how it shows up, and how to tell the difference from normal worries and anxiety. Participants will also learn how typical strategies may unwittingly worsen kids’ worries and associated behaviours, along with the key skills needed to successfully manage their anxiety while building courage, confidence, and resilience.
What is HOPE?
HOPE is a four-letter word that evokes action. Hope is defined as something to look forward to with desire and reasonable confidence. Many hope for a promotion, good grades, a relationship, or even a nice getaway.
However, for some Canadians, hope is hard to grasp. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 1 in 5 Canadians will experience mental health challenges this year (https://cmha.ca/fast-facts-about-mental-illness).
This is why the National Hope Movement wants to put tools of hope into your hands.
Date: May 3rd-7th, 2021
Where: Virtual Event
Time: 12pm to 1pm
Workshop topics like anxiety, grief, and stress of which we all experience to varying degrees although it looks different from person to person. These workshops are live and honest and for anyone who hopes to move forward or help others move forward.
Regular workshops provided throughout the community.
Professional Development training hosted by Jack Hirose and Associates.